On the evening of February 27th, Samsung Electronics held an online launch in China to officially launch a national version of the Galaxy S20 series for the domestic market, while Samsung also unveiled the new Galaxy Buds Plus, which focuses on noise reduction and long-term battery life. In terms of form factor design, the national version of the Galaxy Buds plus is no different from the overseas version, with blue, black and white options.
This is a 0.7g increase in weight compared to the previous generation’s battery life. The old Galaxy Buds offer only 13 hours of battery life, while the Galaxy Buds plus wireless headphones have an 11-hour range and the wireless headphone box has an 11-hour range for a total of 22 hours.
Samsung’s Wireless PowerShare feature is also supported by the Galaxy Buds Plus, and the Wireless Charging-Enabled Galaxy phone can be used as a charging pad to provide wireless charging for the Galaxy Buds Plus. As for charging speed, Samsung’s argument is to charge three minutes to listen to the song for an hour.
In terms of sound quality, the Galaxy Buds plus is optimized for treble and bass, and the sound is fuller. The dual-unit design, built-in three microphone units and an AKG custom-built two-way active speaker, can effectively improve the headset’s hearing and noise reduction, even in no issying scenes to ensure sound clarity, further improve the user’s call quality.
The price and launch time of the National Bank’s Galaxy Buds plus were not announced at the launch.
Subsequently, Samsung’s official website shows that the national version of the Galaxy Buds plus price is the same as the previous generation’s initial price – 999 yuan, will be on February 27 at 20:30 pre-sale open, from March 10 onwards.